On 23 Jul 2004 at 20:08, Dieter Maurer wrote:

> The bad sequence can look as follows:
> 
>  * Zope starts a request (and thereby a transaction)
> 
>  * The request sends a modifying request to a relational database
> 
>  * The connection is lost; the former modification is discarded
>    as the database performs an automatic abort on connection close

The former modification cannot be lost because it was commited by the DA as part of 
the 
previous transaction.

At least, gvibDA performs a database commit as part of the overall transaction 
machinery.

So again, I don't see the loss..


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